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"Locksley Hall"


Published October 9, 2005


Tennyson's 1842 poem "Locksley Hall", and its 1886 sequel, "Locksley Hall Sixty Years After". A tragic love story, or a lucky escape for both parties? An amazing evocation of historical change and destiny, or a whiny fanboy's complaint? Tennyson reports; you decide!


Date 2005-10-09 00:00:00
Run time 49 min.
Label / Recorded by Maureen S. O'Brien


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